Ph.D in Language, Literacy and Culture, University of Pittsburgh
Program Coordinator, Confucius Institute, University of Pittsburgh
Adjunct Faculty, Modern Languages, Carnegie Mellon University
Research Interests :
- Integration of Chinese language and culture through content-based instruction and technology-enhanced learning;
- Chinese language pedagogy and performance assessment;
- Print culture and mass media in 19th and 20th century China
- Carnegie Mellon University: Chinese Calligraphy, Culture and Skills; Elementary Chinese I; Elementary Chinese II; Intermediate Chinese I
- University of Pittsburgh: Second Year Chinese; Summer Chinese Course for Global Studies Program; Senior Projects for Chinese Majors
- Wang, H. (2016). From Confucian literati to military general: Li Hung Chang’s views of Western technology (1885-1896). Asian Culture and History, 8(2), 155-159.
- Wang, H. & Liu, G. (2014). Cultural standards in foreign language teaching: An example from thematic unit on Chinese calligraphy. Teaching Chinese in International Contexts, 7-11.
- Liu, G. & Wang, H. (2015). A concept-based instructional design: Introducing Chinese color terms and their metaphorical meanings at the elementary level. Studies in Chinese Learning and Teaching. 1, 40-59.
- Liu, G. & Wang, H. (2014). Integrating language and culture: Content-based instruction through digital storytelling for advanced Chinese learners. Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching, 5(2), 19-35.
Awards: Andrew W. Mellon Research Fellowship, Needham Research Institute, Cambridge University, UK Research Project: Influence of Western Printing in late 19th Century China, 2006-2007